Read more about the article Bug Boffins Find Missing Link Wasp In 100-Million-Year-Old Amber
Image shows the 100-million-year-old wasp, undated photo. It was preserved in a small piece of amber from Myanmar. (MDPI/Newsflash)

Bug Boffins Find Missing Link Wasp In 100-Million-Year-Old Amber

Bug experts in Germany and France have unearthed a missing link wasp species trapped in a piece of amber around 100 million years ago that was found in Myanmar. Entomologists…

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Read more about the article Researchers Make Scientific Breakthrough After Cloning Two Tibetan Sheep From Adult Animals’ Donor Cells
The world's first cloned Tibetan sheep is born in Qinghai, China, undated. The sheep weighed 3.4 kilograms and was clinically healthy. (AsiaWire)

Researchers Make Scientific Breakthrough After Cloning Two Tibetan Sheep From Adult Animals’ Donor Cells

Researchers have made a significant scientific breakthrough after successfully cloning two Tibetan lambs using the body cells of adult sheep. The two Tibetan lambs were born in China's Qinghai province…

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Read more about the article Scientists Invent Orbiting Lasers To Zap Space Junk
Photo shows Space Debris Removal, undated. Japan firm is developing world-1st debris-zapping laser satellites to tackle space junk. (Orbital Lasers, SKY Perfect JSAT/Newsflash).

Scientists Invent Orbiting Lasers To Zap Space Junk

Japanese scientists have revealed how they plan to use powerful lasers to zap space junk circling the Earth to clear the planet's orbit. Experts say more than a million pieces…

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Read more about the article Short Exercise Reduces Craving For Cigarettes Austrian Study Reveals
Photo shows Medical University of Innsbruck, undated. Study says fast walking helps to quit smoking. (Newsflash)

Short Exercise Reduces Craving For Cigarettes Austrian Study Reveals

A new study has revealed that just a little bit of exercise can reduce a person's cravings for a cigarette. Scientists from Innsbruck in Austria have made the revelation just…

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Read more about the article Summer School Student Finds Bee Species Not Seen In The Area In More Than 65 Years
Picture shows a bee captured by a Canadian museum's summer school attendant that has been identified as a rare species - not seen in the province for almost 70 years, undated. Zoologist Dr Cory Sheffield from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) in the city of Regina, Saskatchewan Province, said the discovered type was determined to be a Macropis Cuckoo Bee specimen. (Saskatchewan Government, NewsX/Bee)

Summer School Student Finds Bee Species Not Seen In The Area In More Than 65 Years

A bee captured by a Canadian museum's summer school attendant has been identified as a rare species that has not been seen in the province for almost 70 years. Zoologist…

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Read more about the article Researchers Discover Mona Lisa Masterpiece Contains Toxic Pigment Mix
Photo shows tiny fleck of paint, taken from the 'Mona Lisa', undated. The fleck is revealing insights into previously unknown steps of the artists process. (Adapted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2023, DOI: 10.1021/jacs.3c07000/Newsflash)

Researchers Discover Mona Lisa Masterpiece Contains Toxic Pigment Mix

Researchers have discovered that Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa masterpiece contains toxic paint. The new study says that a recent analysis of both the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper…

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Read more about the article Tiny Jellyfish Can Learn Like Humans Despite Having No Brain, Says Study
Image shows the Tripedalia cystophora jellyfish, undated photo. Research showed that it can learn despite having a simple nervous system. (Jan Bielecki/Newsflash)

Tiny Jellyfish Can Learn Like Humans Despite Having No Brain, Says Study

A groundbreaking new study has revealed that jellyfish are cleverer than biologists have ever thought, even though they do not have a brain. The experiment has revealed that despite having…

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Read more about the article Honeybees Crash If They Look Into Mirrors, Study Reveals
Photo shows a bee near a mirror, undated. Study reveals that bees crash if they look into a mirorr. (Julien Serres, Constance Blary/Newsflash)

Honeybees Crash If They Look Into Mirrors, Study Reveals

Flying honeybees are more likely to crash if they fly over a mirror-smooth surface below them, a new scientific study has revealed. In a series of experiments, the bees were…

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Read more about the article Stunning New Images Show How Bronze Age Scot ‘Really’ Looked
Picture shows the recreation of the face of Ava, undated. The scull of the Bronze Age woman was discovered at Achavanich, Scotland, in 1987, and now 3D designer Cicero Moraes has made a facial approximation image of her. (Cicero Moraes/CEN)

Stunning New Images Show How Bronze Age Scot ‘Really’ Looked

A Brazilian 3D designer has opened a window onto Britain's ancient past with these stunning recreations of a Bronze Age woman whose remains were found in Scotland. The work of…

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